Join Garrick Chow for an in-depth discussion in this video Creating sends and busses, part of Learning SONAR X2.
Let's take a look at another way to group certain tracks together.…So you can control them both independently and simultaneously.…I'm going to open up the vocals folder we created previously.…And I'll scroll down a bit here.…And I'm going to solo the tracks called vocal…doubles, or vocs doubles, and chorus background vocals.…And let's just jump to a point in the song where they're both being heard.…Right about here.…And…let's just listen for a few seconds.…
Before my heart goes to breakdown mode. So these are essentially harmony parts.…Let's say I wanted to mix them together by adjusting their…levels relative to each other, as well as apply effects to them.…I could do all of that and more to them on their own, but another way to go about…it is to send the outputs of these tracks to…a separate track, called a bus, which I can use…to control the two tracks together.…A bus is just a track under which you can group the outputs of other tracks.…Let's press d to open up the console.…And I'm going to press Shift d to expand the console all the way to the top.…
- Setting up audio inputs and outputs
- Creating a new project
- Importing audio
- Recording real instruments
- Looping audio
- Connecting to MIDI devices
- Creating groove clips
- Editing tracks
- Creating FX Chains
- Creating sends and busses
- Automating parameters
Skill Level Beginner
Audio Foundations: Compression and Dynamic Processingwith Brian Lee White2h 25m Appropriate for all
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